The month of December winds to a close; Christmas is behind us once again, and the New Year is only a few hours away. Now, more than ever, is a time to be looking forward to the future, to be excited by possibility; to envision a new year, and a new you as well.
Even though it "technically" hasn't started yet, winter is already on most everyone's mind. It’s nearly here, and can be felt in plummeting outdoor temperatures, longer nights, and the unfortunate fact that wind is now a highly aggravating (and frustratingly common) presence.
For a lot of people, now is the time of year to begin frustratedly going over the list of people they want to buy gifts for and noticing the gaps. If you’re a student or a busy professional
The holidays are approaching fast, which means that a lot of people are struggling with a very similar problem: what to get that close relative in your life who refuses to tell yiou anything about what they want.
How is it November already?" "Christmas is basically tomorrow!" If you aren’t yet in the right mindset for the holidays, then you might be in for a stressful six weeks. Christmas, Hanukkah, Thanksgiving, and the New Year are generally times of cheer and family and goodwill but unfortunately,